Catholic School, Education
Welcome to St.Joseph's
Catholic Primary School

‘We are growing together on our journey of
achievement with Jesus in our hearts, heads and hands’.

Welcome to St.Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Bracknell
Welcome to St.Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Bracknell
Car Park Notice

A gentle reminder that parents are NOT permitted to park in the school car park between 8.30-4.45. Please park at the top of Gipsy Lane or Bracknell Football Club.

Car Park Notice
Car Park Notice
Class Assemblies

Each class organises one class assembly during the year and we start with Year 6 working down to Reception Class in the Summer Term.

Class Assemblies
Class Assemblies

Our children love to use the internet specially to play games and to communicate with their friends. The way they start using computers and the guidance they are given at this young age can set them on the right path to being safer in later life.

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Important Information

Dear Parent,

As you may be aware, Boris Johnson, made an unprecedented announcement  to inform us that schools are to close on Friday 20th March until further notice. This means that the school will be closed at 6pm on Friday 20th March until further notice.

The school have been working on a contingency plan to support the pupils’ education at home. Please find our remote learning provision on our Learning TAB under class information.  The expectations for each year group as well as class newsletters can be found on the class pages – YR, Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4 , Y5 & Y6.

The Education secretary, Gavin Williamson, announced to the House of Commons that Year 6 and Year 2 SATs as well as all other assessment (Y1 phonic screening, the Y4 Multiplication Check, Reception Year Assessments) will not be going ahead.

Coronavirus Advice

The latest advice from the government about COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the action you should take can be read here:

Stay at home: guidance for households with possible coronavirus (COVID-19) infection

Ending self-isolation and household-isolation


We see God at the centre of the day-to-day life of the school and this is expressed through the concern and respect we have for the efforts and achievements of everyone. We believe that the mark of a successful school is that it values and develops the qualities of each individual.
This is what we try to do.

Mrs. J.Dunlop (Headteacher)

We are growing together on our journey of
achievement with Jesus in our hearts, heads and hands’.